But the question on everyone’s mind: Is the OG of the OC on good terms with her former boss Andy Cohen after he kicked her to the curb?
Andy’s revealing just that in a new interview with Us Weekly.
“She and I have been texting and going back and forth so I think we’re OK,” Cohen said. “She and I have had every permutation of every conversation that you can imagine, so you know her feelings are her feelings.”
Vicki, on the other hand, may still be holding a grudge.
Since the RHOC season 14 reunion, she’s been very vocal about her anger towards Andy.
“No, HE didn’t! Very telling to say the least. Shouldn’t have stayed as long as I did,” Vicki tweeted.
Meanwhile, Andy is excited to see the direction the franchise takes moving forward without Vicki and Tamra Judge.
“I always love bringing people back from the past, [but] the truth is right now I wanna focus on bringing the show into the future,” he explained. “I think by taking two kind of stalwarts of out of the equation, now it’ll be interesting to see what direction it goes in. I think people from the past will be interesting and I would be down for that but right now I think it’s about kind of seeing how the show regenerates on its own.”
The Real Housewives of Orange County are expected to return to Bravo for season 15 in mid-to-late 2020.